Produced in 1926 by United Railways Co. of St. Louis/St. Louis Public Service Company. It is a 32 page (not including covers) publication that details what it takes to keep a transportation system (primarily streetcars but with a touch of a bus) running.
List of equipment.
Bellefontaine Railway - Mule Car #33, Andrew Wight Car Co. 1870-75
St. Louis-Bellefontaine bobtail horsecar #33 (Brownell& White, St. Louis 1880).
Bi-State Development Agency #04 Clayton Street Car
Bi-State Development Agency #60 - Trolley Sprinkler Car, 4' 10" guage, 1885
Bi-State Development Agency #77 - Line Car, 4' 10" guage, 1900
Bi-State Development Agency #165 - Trolley Passenger / Wrecker Car, 4' 10" guage, 1893
Brooklyn Rapid Transit #1365 - Elevated Transit Car,Jewett Car Co. 1905
Chicago Transit Authority #44 - (CTA), Elevated Transit Car, St. Louis Car 1959
Chicago Transit Authority #1500 "S-1500" (CTA) - Flat Car,Stabdard Steel Car Co. 1926
General Electric #1 - E 30T Thompson-Huston 1892
Illinois Terminal #104 (IT) - Interurban Car (American Car St .Louis, 1924).Center-entrance suburban car
Illinois Traction #241 (IT) - (American Car & Foundry,1908) Interurban Combine Car
Illinois Terminal #410 (IT) -(St Louis Car, 1924). Light weight suburban car
Kansas City Public Service Company #1533 - (American Car St Louis, 1919). Birney Safety Car
Massachusetts Bay Area Transporation Authority #54 - - RDC1, Budd 1954
New York Central #113 (NYC)
Port Authority Trans Hudson #256 - Subway Car -
New York Hudson & Manhattan tubes / PATH #256 (PressedSteel,1909). Subway car.
New York BMT 1365 (Jewett,1905).Open-platform elevated car
Purdue University Test and Training Car - Louisiana - (Brill Philadelphia, 1903) Interurban Car
St Louis Water Works Railway #10 - Interurban Car
St Louis Water Works Railway #17 - Interurban Car, 4' 10" guage
St. Louis Public Service Company #60 (Unknown builder,1895). Weed-killer cars ince 1920
St. Louis Public Service76 (Home-built.1906).Trailer flat car since 1921
St. Louis Public Service77 (Home-built,1903). Line car since about 1920, but previously had been a refrigerator car.
St. Louis Public Service 165 (Lindell Railway St. Louis, 1893). Wrecker since 1903, but physically looks like the 1890s passenger car it was and could once again become.
St. Louis Public Service 215 (l) (Brownell St.Louis.1892). Rail grinder from 1910 but was originally a passenger car
St. Louis Public Service 215(II) (Home-built, 1945) Rail grinder
St Louis Public Service Company #426 - (St. Louis Car 1921).Center-entrance city trailer car Badly damaged in tunnel collapse. Streetcar Trailer, 4' 10" guage
St Louis Public Service Company #615 - (St. Louis Car, 1902). Originally St Louis & Suburban. Badly damaged in tunnel collapse
St Louis Public Service Company #215, NEW - Rail Grinder, 4' 10" guage, 1945
St Louis Public Service Company #215, OLD - Rail Grinder, 4' 10" guage, 19xx
St Louis Public Service Company #724 - (Home-built, 192l). "Peter Witt" city car, Streetcar, 4' 10" guage
St Louis Public Service Company #850 - (American Car. St. Louis, 1902) City car. Body Destroyed in tunnel roof collapse frame and trucks remain. Streetcar 4' 10" guage
St Louis Public Service Company #894 - (Laclede Car,St. Louis, 1896).City car. Has no motors. - Streetcar, 4' 10" guage
St Louis Public Service Company #1001 - (Home-built, 1907). City car. Badly damaged in tunnel collapse? - Streetcar
St Louis Public Service Company #1005 - (Home-built,1909). City car. Badly damaged in tunnel collapse - Streetcar, 4' 10" guage
St. Louis Public Service 1031 (Home-built,1909). City car. This was dismantled, supposedly for parts many years ago. The trucks, frame and body bits have not been identified but may be in the trolley barn.
St Louis Public Service #1700 ex SFO 1101 - PCC
St Louis Public Service #1700 at MOT Sept 8, 2021 ex SFO 1101 - PCC
St Louis Public Service #1711 ex SFO 1140 - PCC
St Louis Public Service #1743 ex SFO 1164 - St. Louis Car, 1946 PCC
St Joe Lead Miner
Union Depot #3 - Horsecar
Interurban and Streetcar Trucks
Chicago PCC Truck October 12, 2019
Not at TNMOT
Chicago CTA 6711/6712 (St LouisCar,1959). PCC Rapid Transit twin cars Non-operational.
Philadelphia& Western (Red Arrow)"Bullet" 204 (Brill, Phila 1931) BODYONLY
Philadelphia (SEPTA) 2186 (St.LouisCar,1948) PCC car - given to San
Additional information regarding the streetcar/trolley operations at the Museum.